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Old 10-26-2012, 11:32 PM   #11
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Responsibly? Ind someone to take him in and house him.

The not-so-responsible way- throw him in the trash
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Responsibly? Ind someone to take him in and house him.

The not-so-responsible way- throw him in the trash
Whoa I never said " throw it away "

Simply asked what it is. And how to get it out.
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Old 10-26-2012, 11:40 PM   #13
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Whoa I never said " throw it away "

Simply asked what it is. And how to get it out.
Just a better pic. I can see it is a crab. Any ideas how to lure it out? Capture it? I'll bring it to a lfs
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Old 10-26-2012, 11:41 PM   #14
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I don't want it. How do I get rid of it?
Lol i think you misunderstood my answers.
If you are asking how to physically get him out of the tank, use a net or simply pull that rock out, then drop the lil guy into some tank water.
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Lol i think you misunderstood my answers.
If you are asking how to physically get him out of the tank, use a net or simply pull that rock out, then drop the lil guy into some tank water.
Lol sorry. I did read that the wrong way. I'm terrified of it now. I guess dad will be grabbing that rock out!!!
Finding all these things makes me regret getting live rock.
Should i get rid of it and just get some dry base ? All these rocks had bristle worms, aptasia (tons), and now a crab?! God only knows what else is in there.
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In all honesty i wouldnt. Just be patient and wait it out. Youll eventually get it all cleared out. IF you really want to try cleaning it, take some out, soak it in hot fresh water for 20-30 minutes, then put back in tank. Repeat once a week until all rock is done. It wont kill off everything but should cut down on alot of stuff
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